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March 4, 2015

Washington Post: New ‘Consumer Reports’ for Common Core finds learning materials lacking

The Washington Post has written about the launch of EdReports.org. Read it here.

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March 4, 2015

Politico: A ‘Consumer Reports’ for the Common Core

Politico covered the launch of EdReports.org. Read it here.

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March 4, 2015

Education Week: Common-Core Math Textbooks to Get Online Ratings

Education Week covered the launch of EdReports.org. Read it here.

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February 19, 2015

Content Review Team Perspectives: Amy Youngblood

Today was like many other days I spend with teachers and administrators.  I have spent the day working with teachers on assessments, specifically analyzing the assessments they use in their classrooms.  We are looking for alignment to standards.

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February 16, 2015

Content Review Team Perspectives: Amy Forrest

I am not sure how or why I got emailed the information about being a textbook reviewer, but after I read the email about the position, I remember wondering why I had never considered being a textbook reviewer before. After the interview and while I was waiting to go to the training, I looked online for textbook reviews to see what I might be doing. I could not find any such reviews and I realized I had never considered it before because it had never been done before.

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February 13, 2015

Content Review Team Perspectives: Jennie Beltramini

I have felt frustrated at this place we've arrived where we have excellent standards that present an amazing opportunity to our students, and yet the implementation isn't going just right, in part because of the materials that are out there. Teacher access to high-quality, standards-aligned curriculum materials is a problem I've seen play out for a couple of years now.

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